[amsat-bb] Re: RF Quiet my digital recorder
arskm9u at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 12:10:01 PDT 2011
I have used an Olympus VN-5000 without any problems. However, the VN-5000
does not have a way to directly download to a computer. I now use a RCA
model VR5220 (I think I got it at Wally World). There are no RF issues. I
connect it directy to the speaker out jack on my radio. It timestamps the
files and has USB connection for saving .WAV files directly to a computer. I
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill W1PA" <w1pa at hotmail.com>
To: <AMSAT-BB at amsat.org>
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 10:03
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: RF Quiet my digital recorder
> My Olympus DS-2 is pretty bad. In either play or record mode,
> I get wide processor noise on both 2m and 435 if it
> gets within a foot or so of the Arrow (in any direction). It sounds
> like power-line buzz noise. If I use a direct line-in
> (FT-530 ear to DS-2 Mic in), it's there all the time -- really bad.
> My goal is to "y" the stereo mic in, one side to the FT-530 audio
> coming from my headset, and one side to an external mic (so I can hear the
> difference in play-back between what I say, and what I can hear on the
> With the FT-530 in one hand, the Arrow in the other, pen and paper is not
> I also want to download the recordings (.wma or .mp3) so an analog
> although "rf quiet", is not an option.
> I plan to try shielding the recorder.... encasing it in either metal mesh,
> or maybe
> an aluminum fly-lure box, and then wrapping the line on a toroid core.
> In the mean time, is anyone using and can recommend a portable
> digital voice recorder with a mic-in jack (preferably stereo) that
> is "rf quiet"?
> Bill W1PA
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